Counselling can take different forms depending on your needs and what type of therapy may be suitable. It is very similar to the approach used in coaching, except that coaches are more focused on the present, and less on the past. In essence, coaching aims to address the issue of ‘how’, and counselling looks at ‘why’.
I can help to cope with:
- Bereavement or relationship breakdown
- Redundancy or work-related stress
- Depression, sadness and have a more positive outlook on life.
- Anxiety, helping you worry less about things
- Understand yourself and your problems better
- Feel more confident
- Develop a better understanding of other people`s points of view
How it works
Based on three-stage model
My counselling sessions are set in a safe and supportive space to explore your thoughts and feelings and to work out your own solutions to your problems. I will ask you questions that will help you to understand your surface problem before we can explore any more in-depth issues. During our session, I may take you through specific exercises designed to help with your problem using different techniques such as mindfulness, and building resilience, among others
I offer counselling sessions, face to face or online.
The number of sessions varies by condition and treatment type. It could be from 1 month to 4 months per phase.
The sessions last for around 50 minutes every week.
each session ……………..£50
*First session for free
“Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present control the past”